Below is the latest video of the 2021 Toyota Fortuner facelift showing what all have been changed in the SUV.
Alongside the Toyota Innova Crysta, the Toyota Fortunerhas been long-known as one of the greatest hits of Toyota in the Indian market. The Toyota Fortuner has received some minor facelifts previously and will soon receive an updated version sooner rather than later. While spy shots of the Toyota Fortuner facelifthave cropped up online several times, here’s the latest video of the Fortuner facelift that presents all of the major changes on the updated SUV.
Compared with the previous version, the 2021 Toyota Fortuner facelift will witness massive changes on the outside and inside. As per the video, the facelifted SUV sports a redesigned grille with sleeker headlights at the front. The bumper has been heavily tweaked with a wide scoop-like design and new LED fog lamps, giving the SUV a more butch look. The lower section of the front bumper boasts of the turn indicators.
We can easily realize that the SUV featured here is the Fortuner TRD Sportivo with the TRD badge on the front grille, centre wheel cap and rear door. Speaking of the alloy wheels, the Toyota Fortuner facelift gets a new alloy wheels design that looks much more premium than the outgoing version. It remains unknown if the TRD Sportivo version of the Toyota Fortuner can make it to India or not.
As for the regular Toyota Fortuner facelift, the SUV also sports multi-spoke alloy wheels that fit well with the overall design of the vehicle. The cabin of the SUV gets all-black treatment along with features like a touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay compatibility, electrically adjustable front seats, 360-degree camera view, ambient lighting and automatic boot opening, etc.
Powering the Toyota Fortuner facelift will be the same 2.8-litre diesel and a 2.7-litre petrol engine that will come with both 2WD and 4WD drivetrain configurations. Interestingly, Toyota is bringing in a sportier version named Toyota Fortuner Legender in the international market. However, we don’t expect the Legender to be brought to India anytime soon.